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Old 09-23-2005, 09:21 PM   #1
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You guys are rubbing off on me! In what has been up to this point the most major car repair I've done by myself, I've successfully taken off the driver'* side interior panel and replaced the power window motor! Had to share.
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did you get the door panel back on yet?
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did you get the door panel back on yet?

Yeah... The techinfo article on taking off the interior panel on the site was definately the saving grace.
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good job then. i always had a hard time getting stuff back to gether.
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its not so bad on your year. My 90 has rivets the first time you take it out you have to drill them.
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Sounds like the upcoming meet is getting a few todo'* off your list..

Great job..
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Sounds like the upcoming meet is getting a few todo'* off your list..

Great job..
Actually, I'm afraid to do things under the hood until I have you guys there with me. Changing the oil and changing a power window motor is one thing.. Pulling plugs and unbolting crap from the engine is another.



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your on the right track, just take baby steps......
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